Recommendation: Do the indicated number of sprints (spread across the day). For a standard sprint, go all out for as long as you can.
Sprinting occasionally is an integral part of a natural exercise regime. Getting your heart rate up to its maximum helps you maintain a healthy heart and lungs. It also helps regulate your hormonal balance. It doesn’t take much time and gives you a great rush. In short, sprinting is a great way to boost your health.
You can easily combine sprinting with a walking activity. Just do one or more all out sprints during your daily walk. We recommend you do your first sprint after you’ve walked for at least 20 minutes, so you’ve done a decent amount of moderate exercise first.
Any exercise that is explosive or uses many short bursts of energy can be a substitute for sprinting.
Below are some suggestions for alternative exercises. The indicated times are equivalent to 3 all out sprints.